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Property manager fails to wiggle out of restraint of trade

Property manager doesn't deny breaching restraint but sees no wrong. 

Victoria Young for NBR NZ Property Investor
Thu, 14 May 2015

A fight between two property management firms has gone to court, after a former manager breached his restraint of trade. 

Auckland-based Dependable Property Management sought an urgent interim injunction to stop its former general manager Junnan Li from working. 

The case came before Justice

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Victoria Young for NBR NZ Property Investor
Thu, 14 May 2015
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